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12 Very Best Things To Do In Nashville – Hand Luggage Only

Nashville Things To Do

Nashville is an incredible southern city that seems to have just about everything. It’s one of those places that seems to straddle having a shed load of places to see and some of the best things to do in Nashville all without having to leave the city itself. That being said, there’s a whole heap of amazing things to do in downtown Nashville, but also on the fringes of the city that you won’t want to miss.

Nashville is one of those cities where its reputation precedes itself (in a good way, of course). With all that musical heritage, southern hospitality and a pretty epic amount of experience to have, it’s a great city to spend a good few days exploring. 

With that in mind, and before I keep rambling, I wanted to show you some of the very best things to do in Nashville.

We had the best time exploring the city and found some pretty surprising things to do, too.

Take a look at some of the best things to do in Nashville, below.

1.) Eat at the Loveless Cafe

Still looking the same as it did when it first opened (except with a few more tables), the Loveless Cafe is one of the best places to go for lunch.

Perched about 20 minutes from downtown Nashville, it’s become pretty famous with locals and visitors alike. Best of all, the food is so tasty… it’s a proper “food for the soul” type of place.

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Once you’re here, make sure to try their hot biscuits (you can read our post on visiting, here).

They’re a southern staple but these are the best I’ve ever tasted. If you’re feeling even more hungry (like we did), try their famous Southern Sampler Platter that includes things like; Fried Chicken, Catfish, Country Ham or Meatloaf.

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2.) See a show at the Ryman Auditorium

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Based right in the heart of Nashville, the Ryman Auditorium is one of the world’s most legendary music venues. Having been played by some of the world’s leading artists, the Ryman Auditorium is steeped in over 135 years of history (with concerts still ongoing).

Now, if you can, make sure to book these Ryman Auditorium tickets for a tour whilst you’re there. Availability can be slim at certain times, so make sure to book the tour of the auditorium ahead of time. 

It’s also a great place to start a stroll around Broadway and to experience some of the best live music bars in the south.

Afterwards, book tickets to the Grand Ole Opry that’s the home of country music….

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